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Why would the instrument panel lights on a 2000 Chevy Impala not work if other lights do?

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2009-01-24 12:55:04
2009-01-24 12:55:04

The control for the lights are burned out. I just had mine replaced. Here is the lousy part from Napa Online. http://www.napaonline.com/masterpages/NOLMaster.aspx?PageId=470&LineCode=ECH&PartNumber=HL7048&Description=Headlight+Switch

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--ADDITIONAL INFORMATION-- == == Thanks for your post, I figured that was probably what was wrong with mine. My entire instrument lighting is out (save for a very dim odometer), including my radio (save for a very dim clock); my automatic shift lever lighting for the PRND321 indicator is also out. Everything else works fine. Now, regarding the part from NAPA: Yes, I agree. That *is* expensive. I'd have shopped around before spending so much. Next time, try these guys: http://shop.advanceautoparts.com/ProductDetail.aspx?MfrCode=NIE&MfrPartNumber=HL7051&PartType=408&PTSet=A I don't know that they're the least expensive, but I'm just posting this as a service for at least one lesser-expensive source for this part. Always pays to shop around before you buy, so I'm also looking elsewhere, although this is the best price I've found so far. Anyway, I hope your Impala isn't giving you any more trouble. This car is a computerized electrical nightmare. I'd prefer a normally aspirated engine at this point, although a solid-state (no distributor) ignition system would be fine; they don't wear out much. Again, thank you for your post. Warm Regards, Firefishe == ==

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